Psychological Aspects of Criminal Behavior (PSY 255) - Fall 2013

PSY 255 Psychological Aspects of Criminal Behavior (3 cr) Studies psychology of criminal behavior. Includes topics such as violent and non-violent crime, sexual offenses, insanity, addiction, white collar crime, and other deviant behaviors. Provides a background for law enforcement occupations. Prerequisites: PSY 200, 201, 202 or divisional approval. Lecture 3 hours per week.
CLS#
:
49542 (Use this number to enroll at myCVCC)
Term
:
Fall 2013
Subject
:
Psychology
Course
:
Psychological Aspects of Criminal Behavior (PSY 255)
Section
:
01HA
Book
:
Session
:
Regular (16 week)
Delivery Mode
:
Hybrid    (To learn more, click here.)
Credits
:
3
Room, Day, Time & Instructor
:
 Merritt Hall 5207
MW
12:00 - 12:50 PM  
William Goode III
Location
:
Main Campus
Enrollment
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Currently 19 of 22.
Special Notes
:
Hybrid - combines 2/3 real-time instruction (days/times established) using Blackboard Collaborate (desktop web-conferencing software) and 1/3 online instruction (using Blackboard). Students must initially attend on the main campus or at one of the satellite centers for the Blackboard Collaborate session and provide their own headset/mic to participate.